Army Men: Toys in Space

If there seems to be one title that makes me think of 3DO for better or worse, it's Army Men. Fear not, Army Men fans, you won't be disappointed; there is another Army Men for the PC, Army Men III.

This time the evil Tan Commander Plastro has formed an alliance with the Bug Eyed Aliens from outer space and once again is bent on world domination! But don't worry, friends, the Green Army men aren't alone, new allies in the form of the Space Troopers and their lovely leader Tina Tomorrow are there to help Sarge and his men.

Set in the world of the Army Men, the real world and now outer space, Army Men III will once again try to improve the series. Responding to fan complaints, the designers are working to improve unit control and pathfinding and to create a more interactive environment.

There will be 12 maps for single player, with multiple missions on most maps, as well as over 12 maps for multiplayer. Once again it will have support for HEAT.net, Mplayer, LAN and TCP/IP for up to four-person multi-player games.

Publisher: 3DO

URL: www.3do.com

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Jason Samuel

PC World

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